In the 1980s, all you needed to be a hardcore band was two chords, an attitude, and a drawing of Ronald Reagan with a Hitler mustache.
Auckland isn't known for it's oi scene but this classic early 80s EP is full of burly and rugged punk rock.
Members of Slayer, Anthrax, and Exodus take us back to the mid-Eighties, when Discharge worship, circle pits, and skinhead brawls defined the metal/punk crossover.
This last strip, by TV on the Radio singer Tunde Adebimpe, ends the with a major revelation about the Blobbies.
Every Monday night, a group of black-clad, silver-studded punks meet under an overpass in downtown Yangon to distribute food to people living on the streets.
It's kind of awkward.
We take a look at a division full of stacked offenses with help from Kate Bush and Dipset.
A new cut from the legendary frontman of the Dead Kennedys.
On the heels of the RNC, we had Vic Bondi choose his favorite anti-republican anthems. He also threw in five songs he wrote as well, and why the fuck not? He’s in the best scene in American Hardcore and still hates Republicans.
We sipped a few beers and reminisced with legendary punk artist and creator of the Dead Kennedys logo, Winston Smith.